The weather on the departure of Matthias Lilienthal at the Münchner kammerspiele | culture

The Munich chamber games to look with a special edition of "The weather", the "magazine for the music and the Text," on the artistic directorship of Matthia

The weather on the departure of Matthias Lilienthal at the Münchner kammerspiele | culture

The Munich chamber games to look with a special edition of "The weather", the "magazine for the music and the Text," on the artistic directorship of Matthias Lilienthal.

It is the Tradition of the theatre Director in Munich (women can do this and so far on this Item, no) that you have to farewell the years of their directorship between two book covers. Usually this happens in cooperation with renowned publishers: The state acting heads of Dieter Dorn and Martin Kušej worked together with Hirmer and Hanser. For the chamber-documented of the then popular games Blumenbar publishing house said the work of Frank Baum Bauer, Johan Simons’ Work was in the range of art man. Another way Simons’ successor, Matthias Lilienthal, who is leaving the city at the end of July now. The house has used the Corona-forced break to throw with the magazine "The weather", which appears in Berlin, self-publishing, "a couple of the highlights playing on the last five years at the Munich kammerspiele". The book is published.

Wolfgang Tillmans for the cover photo

148 of 244 pages turning to Lilienthal's time at the Isar: entertaining, colorful, unpretentious, dedicated, worth a read – and prominently occupied: By photo artist Wolfgang Tillmans the title page; Nobel prize for literature winner Elfriede Jelinek, whose piece "anger" under Lilienthal was premiered comes, also controls a Text such as the actor, writer and Director Josef Bierbichler, recalls the delightfully grumpy in Lilienthal's start-up difficulties: "He fell to the ground like a star from another star, and was treated accordingly: like a foreign body from space, like a meteorite, destroying, grown solidity."

in addition, numerous contributors who have shaped the last five years to the chamber to play on or behind the stage. All of this makes this book so wonderfully changeable as the weather.

information:

"The weather #21". 244 Pages; 8.50 Euros.

Updated Date: 09 June 2020, 08:33

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